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  1. Very late update: Krattor & Raf...thanks guys. Rocky’s had the part and shipped it out, the pin and spring as well. Thanks once again I’d never of found that place without your help. Great service to boot. -Pidge
  2. From my prospective...(for what that’s worth) I grew up on gas stoves. Working on the road and in different fishing camps I’ve seen a bunch of various setups. I think it’s a personal prefrance. I’ve installed a number of gas lines to stoves and would usually be back at that certain residents sometime in the near future. I can honestly say they had nothing bad to say with regards to a gas stove except they wish they did it sooner...as far as the flat top vs. the coil top I don’t know. The flat top looks scheychy to me if something like a cast iron pan slips and hits it. I could be completely wrong and they can take a good deal of use and abuse, but the winner in my books is gas. Just my two cents. -Pidge
  3. I replied above, but didn’t realize I wasn’t logged in. If you or any one else reads this and can let me know that would be great. Currently have a tackle place in Orillia looking, but to now avail. Thanks Pidge.
  4. -Krattor thanks for the heads up, another source. Thanks. -Lape0019, it is the piece that keeps it stowed when in motion. I haven't thought of the Ram mount idea that's something I'll look into. I tried a mount from a buddy's ATV and it still hasn't me worried, but I will look into the Ram mounts. Thanks. -Greg
  5. -Chuck I didn't even think of that and sent a guy there yesterday for a Muskie reel repair. Duh!! do I feel foolish lol. In defence to that I didn't know he dabbled in trolling motors. Thank you for the tip. -OhioFisherman thanks for the link, but I've gone thru it already...the part it's hard to explain without a picture and I'm not computer saucy as I once was , it's the part that disingauges the shaft to be slid and holds it firm while travelling. Side note I suck at explaining sometimes...it has a handle piece that's sorta like a sled pull start handle if that makes sense at all??hope I came across somewhat clear in the decription. Thanks. -Greg
  6. Hello all haven't posted in many years, but still fish when time allows....the long and short I'm looking for the locking clamp piece of a minnkota 50lbs from the year 2002. Mine has broke and was just throwing it out there as a last ditch effort to see if anyone had one that was pooched, but the plastic bits were still good. Any help? I'm currently using a ratchet strap, but that's becoming a pain in the you know what. According to minnkotas website that part isn't available anymore....for what it's worth, it's a bow mount "power drive". 12 volt. Thanks, Greg.
  7. How much were you looking to spend? I've got a 12' tracker John boat that's been used less than 10 times for back woods fishing. Located in Brampton. Can include one of those clamp style swivel seats with it. I've also got a 5hp Nissan 2 stroke with the gas tank built in. Let me know thanks -Pidge
  8. Take hitting/checking out and wada you got? This years Leafs. WhaWhaWha do t like it I say don't play and quit your belly aching
  9. I like that they have jig heads in bulk/loose. I was up there a couple weeks ago and thought the store was done up pretty nice and there hoodie special was fair on the pricing. I thought the wolf howls or whatever it was, was a neat touch. Can't pleas everyone I guess. Pidge
  10. To save yourself some time and $$$ perhaps check out marinengine.com There's every make and model known to man on that fourm and maybe, just maybe you can fix it your self. Pidge.
  11. The bearings can be replaced. Google Woolsley/frontier hvac supply. I'm not sure they will serve you, but they might. Have the furnace model and serial # with you. It'll be in the burner compartment area. Good luck. Pidge.
  12. Just from experience. We dropped a turkey in and filled the pot with water to gauge an oil line, blah blah blah took the turkey out and gauged it again (water now lowere) Filled the pot with oil at the "water line", when the oil was heated we dropped our turkey in and to our surprise this bloody thing puked all over. No fire or nothing, but point being as a previous poster posted maybe crank down the oil a touch as compared to the water line. At the time the "book" said to do it this way and she still erupted over the pot. Just an FYI. Be careful. Pidge
  13. Just a note. Just seen a ad in the bass pro flyer that they had the camo gear section. They labeled "kids" as well. Might be worth a shot??
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